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Bosch planning Fuel Cell Power Stations in 2024

German technology company Bosch is ramping up stationary fuel cell efforts, announcing this week plans to begin full-scale production of distributed power stations based on solid oxide fuel-cell (SOFC) technology in 2024. Bosch is intensifying its partnership with UK subsidiary Ceres Power, a leading player in the development of innovative solid oxide fuel cells and stacks, to achieve its goal. Th ...

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Japan’s Gov to run on 30% Renewable Power Next Year

TOKYO -- Japan's government facilities will switch to renewable sources for 30% of their energy supply starting in fiscal 2021, leading Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's push for the country to become carbon neutral by 2050. All national government ministries and agencies will be required to reevaluate their electricity supply for the year through March 2022 and beyond under the plan to be announced Thursday ...

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Rolls-Royce introduces new MTU gas engine Series 500 for Power Generation

•       Top efficiency: Gas units enable efficiencies of up to 42.6% •       Wide range of variants: 6R, 8V, 12V versions deliver outputs from 250 to 550 kilowatts •       Sustainable: Aggregates and combined heat and power plants offer climate-friendly, economical solutions for utilities and industrial ...

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Capstone’s Australian Distributor Optimal Signs a 10-year Factory Protection Plan (FPP) Service Contract with Oil & Gas Producer Santos Fuel.

Capstone Turbine Corporation (www.capstoneturbine.com) (NASDAQ:CPST), the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, announced today that Optimal Group Australia (www.optimalgroup.com.au), Capstone's exclusive Australian distributor, recently signed a 1 Megawatt (MW) 10-Year Factory Protection Plan (FPP) service contract. The FPP is for an innovative energy project for San ...

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Solar energy can reduce water pollution in South Asia

Increased use of solar power is one way to significantly diminish water pollution caused by coal- and oil-fired power plants Wastewater from coal-fired power plants contains high amounts of toxic chemicals (Photo by Casper Ohm) The rapid urbanisation in South Asia ushered in a wave of prosperity. It brought in technological innovation, created job opportunities and improved the lives of many people. Ho ...

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Solar microgrid ‘to cut Cambodian island’s diesel use by more than 600,000 litres per year’

Image: Shutterstock  Total Solar Distributed Generation, in partnership with Canopy Power, is building the infrastructure on the remote island of Koh Rong Sanloem The remote island of Koh Rong Sanloem in Cambodia will soon be powered by a solar-equipped microgrid system. Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG), in partnership with Canopy Power, is developing and constructing a hybrid microgrid that wil ...

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China to build historic Yarlung Zangbo River hydropower project in Tibet

China will build a hydropower project on the Yarlung Zangbo River, one of the major waters in Asia that also passes through India and Bangladesh, and the head of the involved company said that the project could serve to maintain water resources and domestic security. China will "implement hydropower exploitation in the downstream of the Yarlung Zangbo River," and this was clearly put forward in the proposal ...

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ADB Provide $1bn finance for RE Power Lines

The development lender has followed up a $600 million loan for distribution infrastructure in eastern Indonesia with a $430 million credit line for installations in India. The credit facilities will drive new and refurbished power distribution infrastructure in two corners of Asia. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has followed up a recent $600 million loan to expand electricity access in eastern Indonesia b ...

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Siemens Gamesa powers carbon-free future with green hydrogen, crucial to decarbonizing polluting industries

Siemens Gamesa continues to play a pivotal role in the energy transition by investing in the potential of green hydrogen to drive the decarbonization of transport and heavy industry.The company is developing the world’s first project capable of producing green hydrogen directly from wind, in “island mode”; it can also operate connected to the grid. The pilot project in Denmark will be up and running by Janu ...

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Equinor and SINTEF enter into a strategic collaboration agreement

Equinor and SINTEF have agreed on a strategic collaboration in four key areas. The areas are offshore wind, marine systems, energy systems and modelling studies related to these areas. SINTEF is Equinor's biggest partner in the fields of research and technology development. Now, for the first time, the companies have entered into a strategic collaboration agreement. The purpose of the agreement is ...

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